Top Oregon Headlines Nov 27

Bridge, Schools, PERS Headline Business Council Summit (Portland Business Journal)

 

Charting Our Lottery Mania: Big Jackpots Drive Big Sales (The Oregonian)

 

McMinnville Schools District a Finalist for Race to the Top Funds (News Register)

 

Editorial: Higher Ed: Some Hints (Democrat Herald)

 

Nesbitt: PERS Dilemma Requires a Principled Solution That Balances Public Workers, Public Need (The Oregonian)

 

Portland Economy Slows, Though Rebound Expected (Portland Business Journal)

 

Upcoming Budget Woes Include Fear of Fiscal Cliff (NW Watchdog)

 

With Port Strike Averted, Labor Focus Shifts to Grain (Portland Business Journal)

 

Longshore Union Seeks Extension to Avoid Strike or Lockout This Week at Northwest Grain Terminals (The Oregonian)

 

Health Delivery Could Be Lawmaker Priority (Mail Tribune)

 

Public Comment Sought on Rules for Oregon Health Insurance Exchange (The Oregonian)

 

OHSU Collects $4.5M in Reform-Related Grants (Portland Business Journal)

 

Oregon Health Group Lands Data-Crunching Rights (Portland Business Journal)

 

Death Penalty Likely to Return to Legislature for More Debate (Herald and News)

 

Editorial: Oregon’s Life or Death Vote (The Oregonian)

 

Opinion: Senate Must Act to Expand Hydropower Options (Register Guard)

 

Officials Back Oregon Resources Corp. Mine Deal (The World)

 

New Technology Could Bring Energy Generation to Refuge (Herald and News)

 

New ‘Critical Habitat’ Map Out for Spotted Owl (OPB)

 

Oregon Ephedrine Smuggling Case Helps U.S. Financially Disrupt Mexican Drug Traffickers (The Oregonian)

 

Capitol Tradition On Display Again (Statesman Journal)

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